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What is a CMS ?

CMS is an abbreviation for Content Management System. A Content Management Software helps you to easy manage Content and Images, without having to deal too much with the details.

Layout & Design can be done from a professional Web Company (Contact us for assistance finding the right one). You can concentrate on your key business.

You provide the content – we provide the technology

TYPO3 7 Release Notes

TYPO3 CMS 7 LTS was released on November 10th, 2015 and will be supported for three years by the TYPO3 CMS team. The new release marks a great foundation for building future proof web projects. The administration interface is redesigned and rebuilt ensuring a better...

Joomla 3.6.4 Release Notes

Joomla! 3.6.4 is now available. This is a security release for the 3.x series of Joomla! which addresses three critical security vulnerabilities and a bug fix for two-factor authentication. We strongly recommend that you update your sites immediately. This release...

Drupal 8.23 Release Notes

Update procedure in Drupal 8 Last updated on November 24, 2016 - 21:19 To update from one 8.x.x version of Drupal to any later 8.x.x version, do the following: Important Take backup of files and db before update. Read the release notes before doing Update security....

WordPress 4.6.1 Release Notes

Version 4.6.1 On 7 Sept, 2016, WordPress 4.6.1 was released to the public. See also: other WordPress Versions. Installation/Update Information To download WordPress 4.6.1, update automatically from the Dashboard > Updates menu in your site's admin area or visit...

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― Paul Cookson

Content Management Solutions

A Content Management System (CMS) is a web application that allows a user to create and edit web pages without requiring knowledge of computer programming or coding. Traditionally, the system will have a secured admin interface in which a user can login to create, edit and manage content. Choosing a content management system can be a complex task.

This overview gives you first insights about the Top 4 Open Source Content Management Systems, and answer first questions. Our Web experts are happy to assist you further in finding the right CMS which fits to your individual business needs. Contact Us for more informations on this topic.

WordPress is the most commonly used open source Content Management System. WordPress’s low maintenance and easy set-up make it especially appealing for simple structured websites.


+ user-friendly interface, easy base setup
+ mobile support
+ search engine friendly URLs
+ extensions and design templates for almost every need
+ large community

considered less secure than other systems
limited user and rights administration
limited stability and performance during periods of high traffic
no Enterprise features like multi-language directly included
not ideal for larger Web Projects (higher effort for special needs)

Joomla! is the second biggest player on the CMS market. Joomla! demands a bit more of technical affinity. This means it takes a while to understand how to use it in detail. However, one plus for non-expert users is the robust community support –  and an excellent documentation.


+ relatively simple installation and set-up
+ object-based management of content
+ large pool of extensions and designs
+ generating own templates is user friendly


incomplete rights management
many processes are not intuitive
high-quality extensions can be expensive
complicated manual updates necessary for some extensions
not intuitive for first-time users

Drupal started as a message board site for students.  It maintains a different look and feel than more conventional Content Management Systems.  Drupal’s basic installation starts with only a few modules, however you can extend the functionalities with different modules. Advanced IT knowledge is required to self-maintain this solution.


+ nuanced role and rights management systems
+ supports multi-domain management
+ strengths especially in social publishing / community platforms
+ modular design

installing of new feaures requires advanced knowledge in IT
difficult configuration

If you are planning to realize a large and Complex Web project, TYPO3 may be the ideal Content Management System for you. This solution is specifically tailored for larger enterprises. However, compared to other solutions it requires a bit of more effort to understand how to use it.

enterprise-focused CMS
+ multilingual support
+ seamless connection to to many CRM or ERP solutions
+ constant maintenance
+ large flexibility to adjust it to your individual needs
+ very granular rights management

Back end not intuitive for non-experts
intial set up not as easy compared to other solutions